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Selly Gottlieb * 1886
Isestraße 61 (Eimsbüttel, Harvestehude)
1942 ermordet in Chelmno
further stumbling stones in Isestraße 61:
Josepha Ambor, Else Baer, Hedi Baer, Ingrid Baer, Joseph Baer, Minna Benjamin, Rosalie Benjamin, Emma Dugowski, Henriette Dugowski, Hermann Dugowski, Ida Dugowski, Moritz Dugowski, Wanda Dugowski, Heinrich Ilse, Ella Meyer, Max Meyer, Otto Meyer, Gregor Niessengart, Sophie Philip, Michael Pielen, Gertrud Rosenbaum, Edmund Sonn
Selly Gottlieb, born on 12 Jan. 1886 in Hamburg, deported on 25 Oct. 1941 to Lodz, murdered in Chelmno in May 1942
Selly (Zelly) Gottlieb was the daughter of Herrmann Gottlieb and his wife Flora, née Selig. She was not married and earned her living as a commercial clerk. Until shortly before her deportation, she worked for the Bluhm & Plate Company on Parkallee. Despite her evidently secure financial circumstances, she moved several times; in Oct. 1937, the records mention a subtenancy for the first time, with Hahn at Isestrasse 82. In the very end, she must have lived with the Baer family at Isestrasse 61. This is the address indicated on the deportation list but it was not entered in the Jewish religious tax (Kultussteuer) card file. Selly Gottlieb was already deported from Hamburg two weeks before her landlords.
Seven months later, in Lodz, she had to board a deportation train once more: She was murdered in Chelmno.
Translator: Erwin Fink
Kindly supported by the Hermann Reemtsma Stiftung, Hamburg.
© Christa Fladhammer
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